The Dog's Way Podcast, with professional dog trainer Sean McDaniel, deals with practical dog obedience for real life situations. Sean gives you underlying theory and practical training assignments based in a more naturalistic dog training philosophy to help you solve the most common dog behavior issues. Sean shares his experience from over fifteen years of working with clients and their dogs, dealing with behavior modification, functional dog obedience issues and everyday dog training issues. In the “dog training podcasts”, Sean leaves you with homework assignments to help you begin practically dealing with your dog’s issues. Sean also, interviews leading dog issue experts in topics such as: your dog's diet, veterinary medicine, puppy raising, dog breeding and selecting the right dog for you.
E-Collar Training Explored with Eric Letendre
We have a new conversation with Eric Letendre, a trainer based in the Massachusetts area. Last time I spoke to Eric he'd published his first book, The Deadly Dog Training Myth.
There is so much conversation about remote training collars, but specifically a lot of misunderstandings about what they are for and what they can do.
We discuss the mistakes people make when choosing a collar. We talk about "lesser"/"cheaper" collar types and owners' basic use methods.
Pros and Cons of Food Treats and Corrections
On our 100th episode I give a consolidated answer to a question that comes up a lot. When and why I use food as a trainer (or choose not to), and when and why I do or don't use corrections or dog collars. It's time we dive in on this subject.
For every trainer there is a different opinion. And it's easy to take one particular past podcast episode and think that I either am or am not a "food treat" trainer based on the topic at hand. Different situations dictate those circumstances and I explain why.
Interview with Brooke Mihajlovich
On this episode I talk to Brooke Mihajlovich, a dog trainer in Washington state. Brooke focuses on remote training collars to help with training without a leash.
Her primary focus is to give them tools to create a relationship bond that creates very positive results for both the pet and the owner. We get into spatial awareness, loose leash training, and electronic collar training.
I hope that you enjoy, and if you have more questions for Brooke, You can reach her at K9CommunityMovement.com.
Interview with Dr. Lori Cesario
In this episode I speak to Dr. Lori Cesario, a board certified veterinary oncologist. We discuss her passion about being a vet as a child and an influence that brought her to specialize in that field.
Lori talks about some early detection techniques, newer testing procedures, specific breed related risks, learning about the normal baseline for your dog's health, and her new podcast called Your Dog Wants You To Know This! Visit her site at CanineCancerAcademy.com.
Session 97: The Good Dog Episode!
On today's episode I talk with the folks of Good Dog, Inc. We talk about why the company was founded, and what the company mission is today.
I'll talk with Cat Matloub, the Head of Partnerships and Community Legal Affairs, about the overall mission of the project and what their focus is to date.
Dr. Stella is the Head of Health, Standards, and Research, and joins us as well to talk about how they handle healthcare treatment, socialization, and standards for their listed breeders.
Interview with Vermont Dog Trainer Ian Grant
In today's episode I sit down with Ian Grant, a fellow dog trainer with Vermont Dog Training. Ian also has a podcast called Vermont Dog Trainer Show.
Ian has an interesting history of professional golf before becoming a trainer. He shares his story of following Cesar Millan's shows with the sound off to get a better feel for the body language between a trainer and the dog.
I also talk about the official release of our referral program, mini episodes that you can participate in and much more!
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Best podcast ever!!! especially if you are preparing to get a dog or have one that you want to train!
Getting inside a dog’s head
I have become an avid listener because I love how Sean gets to the source of why a dog acts out and he focuses on positive reinforcement rather than harsh discipline.
Last week I submitted a question and was so surprised that he actually called me. We discussed my dog’s anxiety for over an hour. I found Sean to be knowledgeable, intelligent, understanding and very generous with his time.
My rescued and beloved standard poodle is on the path to some emotional recovery and I am better equipped to help her thanks to his advice.
Give it a listen so you can get into your dog’s head. You will be glad you did.
His methods work!
I love this podcast. Not only do I get tips for working with my dog but I find him easy to listen to. Something about this podcast is gentle and soothing. I saw immediate results with my dog using his tips and methods. I can listen to this podcast when I have insomnia and there is no harsh ads or music to interrupt me as I finally drift off to sleep thinking about my precious dog and how I’m going to continue to train her.